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Windebug: Server out of domain due to TCP/UDP port maxed

Last 2 weeks we had 2 different business services that faced similar issues. Essentially, their servers would drop off the domain, so when you tried to logon with your domain account, it will complain that the server is not in the domain.

I came to work on this when we had a number of servers from the same service team that had SCOM heartbeat issues. When we tried to logon to have to a look, we found that those servers had dropped out of the domain. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on May 13, 2008 in Windows


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Looking at active ports in Windows

Windows OS provides netstats which provides you some information on who is connected to your TCP or UDP ports and which port is active. However, very often when a service could not start because of port conflicts, that is, some other service is using the same port, netstats does not help you in your troubleshooting.

2 freeware available in the net allows you to view active port connections and which exe are running them.


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Posted by on July 4, 2006 in Windows


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